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Russia responds to latest US ‘escalation’

Russia Today 04 Feb 2023
Moscow said Washington has effectively encouraged attacks on Russian territory. The decision to supply Ukraine with longer-range missiles marks a “deliberate escalation” by the United States, Russia’s ambassador to Washington has said, warning that Moscow would not tolerate strikes on Russian cities.
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Steady drumbeat of warnings to NATO allies failed to stop Ukraine war

Beijing News 04 Feb 2023
missile defense deployments in Europe play to the classic Russian fear of encirclement." ... Because escalations like the 2008 U.S.-Poland missile defense agreement showed anti-Russia actions "would not stop," he said, "Moscow had to show that, like the U.S., it can and will take steps it deems necessary to defend its interests.".
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Russian Troops Take More Advantageous Positions in Donetsk Direction - Defense Ministry

Urdu Point 03 Feb 2023
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 03rd February, 2023) The southern group of the Russian armed forces has taken up advantageous positions in the Donetsk direction, destroying two Ukrainian ammunition depots, one fuel depot, up to 40 Ukrainian military personnel and two pieces of ...
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‘I Couldn’t Stay Silent’: Anti-War ‘Flower Protests’ Spread to 60 Cities Across Russia

Moscow Times 03 Feb 2023
Russians continue to memorialize the dozens of Ukrainians killed in last month’s Russian missile strike on the city of Dnipro — one of the deadliest single incidents of Moscow’s invasion — in what has evolved into a new nationwide form of anti-war protest.
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Russia Destroys First Western-Supplied NASAMS in Ukraine - Defense Ministry

Urdu Point 03 Feb 2023
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 03rd February, 2023) The Russian military destroyed the first NASAMS supplied by the West in the course of the special military operation in Ukraine in the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR), the Russian Defense Ministry said Friday.
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Diplomatic cables show American officials knew they were crossing Russia's red lines on NATO expansion

Alternet 03 Feb 2023
missile defense deployments in Europe play to the classic Russian fear of encirclement.” Ukraine and Georgia’s entry “represents an ‘unthinkable’ predicament for Russia,” he reported six months later, warning that Moscow would “cause enough trouble in Georgia” and counted on “continued political disarray in Ukraine” to halt it.
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Air Defense Systems Intercept Ukraine's Rockets Over Russia's Bryansk Region - Governor

Urdu Point 03 Feb 2023
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 03rd February, 2023) Russian air defense systems on Friday morning intercepted four Ukrainian ...
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UK Public Accounts Committee Urges Defense Ministry to Alter Practices in Digital Sphere

Urdu Point 03 Feb 2023
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 03rd February, 2023) The UK Defense Ministry should completely change and accelerate its work methods in digital technology against the backdrop of challenges brought on by the Ukrainian conflict, the UK Public Accounts Committee said in a fresh report on Friday.
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Israel is helping Ukraine by targeting Iran, Netanyahu tells Macron

The Jerusalem Post 03 Feb 2023
To date, Israel has provided humanitarian and economic assistance to Ukraine, as well as publicly condemned Moscow, but it has not sent it defensive or offensive weapons fearing that a step would sever its ties with Moscow.
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Taiwan Says 14 Chinese Aircraft, 4 Vessels Detected Near Island

Urdu Point 03 Feb 2023
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 03rd February, 2023) The Taiwanese National Defense Ministry said on Friday it had detected 14 aircraft and four navy vessels of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) near the island over the past 24 hours.
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Trump calls for restraint in arming Ukraine

Russia Today 03 Feb 2023
Last week, Trump said his successor “has brought us to the brink of World War III” through “weakness and incompetence.” He doubled down on his claim that, if he were president, the conflict between Moscow and Kiev would have never started ... Moscow has ...
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EU state’s incoming president urges ‘unlimited’ aid for Ukraine

Russia Today 03 Feb 2023
The West should provide Kiev with whatever it needs to fight Moscow, new Czech leader Petr Pavel has argued ... So far, the nation has funneled military aid to Ukraine worth $217 million, the country’s defense ministry told AFP. Moscow has repeatedly urged the West to stop ...
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Defense & National Security — US ups military presence amid threats from China 

The Hill 03 Feb 2023
This is Defense & National Security, your guide to the latest developments at the Pentagon, on Capitol Hill and beyond ... Sign up for the Defense and National Security newsletter ... But Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov told French media that Moscow is amassing around 500,000 troops, warning of a much larger attack.
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Plan to send US contractors to Ukraine revealed – Politico

Russia Today 03 Feb 2023
However, Vindman admitted that the project could face huge challenges, stemming from Washington’s reluctance to send defense contractors to Ukraine. Moscow has repeatedly insisted that the West’s arms shipments for Ukraine make it a direct participant in the conflict.
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Russia is obsessed with preventing military support for Ukraine- analysis

The Jerusalem Post 02 Feb 2023
After a year of war Moscow’s war aims appear to lack clarity ... Moscow’s aim now is to force Ukraine to fight the war on its soil and to slowly crush Ukraine via attrition ... This means more artillery and air defenses ... MINISTRY OF DEFENSE SPOKESPERSON'S OFFICE). The cynical Moscow method ... Moscow’s goal is to make other countries suffer and pay.

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